Fujifilm X-T100was recently rumored, and then specs and photos leaked only a few days before the announcement. But now it’s officially here: Fujifilm’s latest entry-level mirrorless camera is ready for preorders, and you can get it at a pretty reasonable price of $599. The exterior design is inspired by X-T20, but on the inside, it’s much more like the X-A5. Let’s dive in and check out the full specs of Fujifilm’s new camera.
The X-T100 is described as ideal for everyday shooting. Just like the X-A5, it has a 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor and a fast and precise phase-detection autofocus system. Since it seems aimed primarily at newbies, you can order it along with the XC 15-45mm f/3.5-5.6 OIS PZ lens.
The stills and video capabilities of the Fujifilm X-T100 are also identical to those of the X-A5. It shoots 4K video (at 15fps though) and full HD at max 60 fps. ISO ranges between 200 and 12,800 in standard mode and 100 and 51,200 in extended mode.
Some things have been changed compared to the X-A5. First of all, the X-T100 comes with an electronic viewfinder. Then, while the burst mode still allows 6 or 3 fps, the buffer limit has increased. You can shoot 26 photos at 6fps, and 1t 3 fps, you can shoot until the card is full.
Fujifilm’s new camera is packed with a variety of creative shooting effects. It comes with a 0.62x-magnification electronic viewfinder, as well as a three-way tilting LCD screen. Apparently, Fujifilm also had selfie-takers in mind with the X-T100.
Here are the full specs and more photos of the camera:
Fujifilm X-T100 is available for preorders and you can get it in three colors: black, dark silver and champagne gold. The price for body only is $599, and there’s also an option to get it with a 15-45mm lens for $699. The shipping is expected to begin on 18 June 2018.